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Dear Reader,

By now you should know that I love books. I eat and sleep with them, gaze at them with adoration and mostly read them too. 573 more words

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The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry

The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin; published 2014 by Algonquin

Genre: Literary Fiction

Opening line: “On the ferry from Hyannis to Alice Island, Amelia Loman paints her nails yellow and, while waiting for them to dry, skims her predecessor’s notes.” 418 more words


Cold Sun by John L. Casey

Cold Sun by John L. Casey

Cold Sun by John L. Casey is a “must read” book for our times. In an age where the masses are increasingly flooded with information and yet so misled and misinformed by the agenda driven mass media and crooked governments. 433 more words

O Is For On My "To Read And Review List"

My “To Read And Review List” has been growing since the beginning of the A to Z Challenge, so I wanted to share with you the books that I will be reviewing on this blog over the next few days/weeks (time permitting) – not necessarily in this order. 55 more words

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Florida homeowners’ association meeting plants seeds for murder

Hanging by a Hair, by Nancy J. Cohen. Five Star Publishing. 288 pages. $25.95.

Fans of Ms. Cohen’s “Bad Hair Day” mystery series will be totally satisfied with this latest outing in which, aside from the main story line, readers enjoy the delightful maturation of Marla as she adjusts to her recent marriage to Detective Dalton Vail. 429 more words

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Review: The Queen of the Tearling by Erika Johansen

A fantasy novel about a reluctant monarch ascending the throne after years in hiding, who inherits a struggling kingdom threatened by the mad queen of a neighboring land isn’t exactly a revolutionary concept. 1,457 more words

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